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About Opus Prime Steakhouse
Opus is Oklahoma City's newest and most exciting Prime Steakhouse. In addition to the wonderful steaks and seafood, Opus Prime Steakhouse hosts a wine list with over 850 selections. Opus's wine list is recognized as one of Wine Spectator's "Best of Award" of excellence, give to only 500 restaurants world-wide.
Oklahoma City, OK 73114
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday, 4:30pm - 10:00pm; Friday - Saturday, 4:30pm - 11:00pm.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Please call for information and quote.
Private parking lot.
Private Party Facilities:
Two private rooms, one accommodating approximately 50 guests and one accommodating 12 guests.
Private Party Contact:
Billy Wilson: (405) 607-6787
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cigar Room, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Opus Prime Steakhouse Ratings and Reviews
It really has a way to go to be "fine" dining. The prices were high and food good, but the music (70's hard rock?) playing in the background was not what I expected.
This was my third time there, and I doubt I will be back. The asparagus was under cooked and the Hollandaise runny. My beef tenderloin tips were considerably over cooked, however the creme brulee was the best we have ever had. Service was better than Mahogany (their service is the worst) but still not quite as good as I expect. I am probably too picky to eat out, but it is what it is.
Our server, Amy, was EXCELLENT. The food is always amazing at Opus. This time we requested a table that was quiet and cozy to celebrate our anniversary. They seated us in a circle booth that did not face other customers. We were able to converse and enjoy our meal in what felt like a more private setting. Amy made sure our food was exactly as we wanted. She was attentive but not so much that she bothered us. She went out of her way to ask questions and have genuine conversation during the course of our meal. She even gave us a personal card wishing us a happy anniversary. Top notch service. HIGHLY RECOMMEND if you are looking for the best steak in town and professional service.
All was good except for the price's of food being that each and every item has it's own price. The bone in rib eye cooked medium is very rare towards the bone, not good! Was offered to have it put back on the grill but not taking any chances, it should have been right the first time. We would not have gone but we had a gift card that was given to us to try it out.
Time after time, Opus has excellent food - filets and salmon this night - outstanding ambiance and service. Plus the very best wine list in any restaurant in this part of the country can be found right here at Opus. If you never been, try it. You'll be glad you did.
Better choices elsewhere in OKC. I seldom take the time to review my restaurant experience but I am compelled to review this place. Why you ask? The business meeting started out with ordering a martini straight up. Not dry. No olive juice. What I got was a martini shaken in a shaker that was previously used for a dirty martini. Tasted bad. The appetizers arrived and I do have to say the crab cake was very good. Downhill slide continues. Salads were acceptable for a steakhouse. The main course arrives and we all had steaks. They were cooked perfectly but the quality of the steaks (two of three) was no where near the level one would expect from an upscale place. They were very chewy. One was a filet and the other NY Strip. We were never asked how our steaks were. The waiter (and mind you the place was empty) was not attentive at all. Numerous times we had many dirty plates on the table and he failed to remove. Other wait staff/servers walked by and they looked at us and didn't remove either. And during the entire dining experience there were three maybe four tables max. It seems the "team" approach is missing.
Bottom line, there are much better high end steakhouses especially for a business meeting or a special event..... even Charlestons steaks are superior to Opus at less than half the price (and Charlestons has amazing team focused service). Pass on Opus....
The location is off the beaten path a bit. The food was ok, not great. The price is excessive. Honestly, I am not sure how this restaurant stays open with its quality, competition and overhead of a beautiful building. Not busy on a saturday night. Will not return unless the quality improves. There are just better options.
We have eaten at a lot of prime steakhouses but OPUS is by far our favorite. Their steaks are amazing but honestly we love everything about the restaurant. The waiters/waitresses are extremely kind and informative and the food is incredible. They have the best calamari around! We highly recommend this restaurant.
I am SO sorry I've got to say this.
What a disappointment. We should've known when we pulled into the empty parking lot. When we stepped into the restaurant ALL the components where there for a superb dining experience.
When I informed the hostess it was my husband's 60th birthday she barely managed a 'happy birthday'. The restaurant was empty, there were only 2 tables with diners. Our waiter disappeared most of our meal. I informed him it was my husband's 60th birthday and did he offer a dessert? Nope. Did he even suggest a dessert? Nope.
All the ingredients were there for a memorable experience, the decor was stunning, the gas lamps were pretty, the food was delicious, the music was jazzy and soothing. But the waitstaff experience was disappointing.
I wish I could help you figure out how to improve your restaurant, I really, really don't like waste whether it's food, money, time or other resources.
I wish you all the best ❤️
The food was incredible, best steak ever, cooked perfect , tender with excellent flavor. The service was outstanding, our server was Amy. She was very nice and was attentive to our every need. Overall we were both very pleased and will recommend this restaurant without hesitation.
we were able to get seating for any time available on a Saturday night here when we were unable to at our first two options, which made me wonder..... When we got there the outside looked great and the parking lot was full, which made me more confident of our selection. The interior was striking and bold and beautiful. There was some confusion as to where the hostess wanted to seat us, and they changed our seating after some discussion. We were seated at a little table and the apologies from the wait staff began there, first it was because the location of our table was sometimes "overlooked and were easily forgotten about"..... red flag. turned out to be true. At an upscale restaurant you would expect a professional wait staff and plenty of them, not so much here. We had one waitress who couldn't remember the beer available on tap and then brought the wrong kind. She also was not very attentive or professional. Our food took forever, the vegetables (glazed carrots and spinach) were cold and bland, the steak however (22oz Cowboy Ribeye) was perfect and delicious. We also had bacon wrapped scallops for an appetizer which took forever so the manager compe'd them without us saying anything. The only saving grace of Opus Prime is the beautiful building, ambiance, and the steak. It makes me sad to see a place with this potential fail in so many ways. With the high-end restaurant options available in OKC this will not be a place we will be returning to...... sorry!
We were the only customers in the dining area on a Weds night, but conversation coming from the bar area was loud at times. Menu is pricey for my budget, and probably will not be back for that reason. We had a gift card this visit. However, the restaurant is in an interesting historical building and our server, Daryl, was outstanding. The desserts were also specially designed and there is an extensive wine selection. Expect to pay $100-150 for dinner, dessert and wine for two. Recommend for special occasion.
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